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Essentials of Music Theory-30 Pack Comp

Voicing/Format Software
Composer Surmani/Farnum
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Arranger Surmani/Manus

Price: $1299.95

Catalog #19351

UPC code: 038081178097

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Correlating software for the most complete music theory course ever! This all- in-one series includes concise lessons with short exercises, ear-training acti vities and reviews. Available in two separate volumes or as a complete set, th e software includes narration, animated examples and clickable elements for au ral reinforcement. Also includes randomized exercises, ear training and review answers. A glossary of all terms and symbols with definitions, pronunciations , and visual and aural examples is also included. The Lab Pack for 30 compute rs includes the ability to access unlimited multiple student records, a custom test generator, printing of class lists, and exporting and importing of stude nt records in batch. It includes 1 Educator disc and 29 student discs. Each m achine running the p

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